Things We Like to Hatch

Ducks — 3

Baby Stick bugs — 187 + 13





Madagascar (“nonbreeding”) Hissers — 73 babies as of last night

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10148600260976577216 Stratoz

    great moments for this Wednesday

  • http://planetnomad.wordpress.com/ planetnomad

    I don’t think I can make it tonight after all….

    ….

    ….(sort of) just kidding! But one reason I like America is no cockroaches. Except at your house!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13182607074543277164 Kara

    Ha! Just you wait until our leaf bugs hatch…
    We’ll make sure you hold a Hisser tonight! :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04009515524128741354 Anne-Marie

    I’m seriously scared of the reaction I will get when I tell Carole. Or what she’ll do to Lou’s pet hissers!!

    Isaiah told me about Colson’s third grade announcement yesterday. I think Isaiah wants some…but I think I should wait and see what happens to Papa’s hissers when news reaches Carole’s ears.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03129815174861478639 The Adventurer

    We hatch things too. Last year it was worm eggs, lady birds, butterflies and an ant farm. This year so far is wax worms and mealy worms. My daughter wants frog spawn too. Thanks for linking up to the NOBH:)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13182607074543277164 Kara

    Adventurer–we tried the worm eggs too…but wow…that really really was smelly and they never really hatched? I’d like to try the tadpoles this year too.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17970101432834731044 Ticia

    Hmmmm……. I’m not sure I’m with you on some of those later things.

    But, the stick bugs would be super cool.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13182607074543277164 Kara

    Ticia–the stick bugs are really really fun…and easy…just eat berry vines and need misting with a spray bottle daily.

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Things We Like to Hatch

Ducks — 3

Baby Stick bugs — 187 + 13





Madagascar (“nonbreeding”) Hissers — 73 babies as of last night

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10148600260976577216 Stratoz

    great moments for this Wednesday

  • http://planetnomad.wordpress.com/ planetnomad

    I don’t think I can make it tonight after all….

    ….

    ….(sort of) just kidding! But one reason I like America is no cockroaches. Except at your house!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13182607074543277164 Kara

    Ha! Just you wait until our leaf bugs hatch…
    We’ll make sure you hold a Hisser tonight! :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04009515524128741354 Anne-Marie

    I’m seriously scared of the reaction I will get when I tell Carole. Or what she’ll do to Lou’s pet hissers!!

    Isaiah told me about Colson’s third grade announcement yesterday. I think Isaiah wants some…but I think I should wait and see what happens to Papa’s hissers when news reaches Carole’s ears.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03129815174861478639 The Adventurer

    We hatch things too. Last year it was worm eggs, lady birds, butterflies and an ant farm. This year so far is wax worms and mealy worms. My daughter wants frog spawn too. Thanks for linking up to the NOBH:)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13182607074543277164 Kara

    Adventurer–we tried the worm eggs too…but wow…that really really was smelly and they never really hatched? I’d like to try the tadpoles this year too.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17970101432834731044 Ticia

    Hmmmm……. I’m not sure I’m with you on some of those later things.

    But, the stick bugs would be super cool.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13182607074543277164 Kara

    Ticia–the stick bugs are really really fun…and easy…just eat berry vines and need misting with a spray bottle daily.

  • http://www.joyfilleddays.com/ Sarah Beals

    Loved watching the duckling hatch. But as for the bugs…:)